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Apricots
Brookcot
BrookcotApricot
287 Summer. Small apricot with good flavor. Not as firm as Westcot. Extremely hardy. Probably Z3. read more
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MontroseApricot
288 Summer. Abundantly yields sweet juicy semi-freestone medium-large apricots up to 2" diameter. Considered very hardy, possibly Z3. read more
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Westcot
WestcotApricot
289 Summer. Small roundish yellow-orange apricot with a red blush. Smooth juicy freestone flesh with a mild sweet flavor. Extremely hardy. Z3. read more
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Cherries
Dwarf Sour Cherries
‘Carmine Jewel’ Dwarf Sour Cherry
‘Carmine Jewel’ Dwarf Sour CherryDwarf Sour Cherry
516 Prunus x kerrasis About 6-7' x same. Delicious dark purple fruits with small pits ripen in early July. Compact plant size keeps fruit within reach. Self-pollinating. Rare. Z3. ME Grown. read more
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Nanking Cherries
Nanking Cherry
Nanking CherryNanking Cherry
518 Prunus tomentosa 6-10' x same. Broad dense highly ornamental fruiting shrub blooms early. Excellent hedge and edible landscape plant. Plant two or more for pollination. Z2. read more
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Pie Cherries
English Morello
English MorelloPie Cherry
298 Prunus cerasus Summer. Very dark red-black-skinned pie cherry. Dark red flesh and juice. Recommended for pies and all other cookery. Z4/5. read more
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Evans
EvansPie Cherry
299 Prunus cerasus Mid-Late Summer. Morello-type pie cherry excellent for eating, jams, jellies, pies, dark red juice and wine. Naturally dwarf tree. Z3. read more
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Mesabi
MesabiPie Cherry
300 Prunus cerasus Summer. Red skin and lighter red flesh with clear juice. Sweeter than other pie cherries. Recommended for sauce and pies. Z4. read more
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Montmorency
MontmorencyPie Cherry
301 Prunus cerasus Summer. Most famous of all pie cherries. Firm-fleshed bright red fruit makes a clear light pink juice. Z3/4. read more
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North StarPie Cherry
302 Prunus cerasus Summer. Large roundish heart-shaped pie cherry with dark glistening mahogany-red skin. Morello-type that can be eaten fresh when ripe. A natural dwarf. Z3. read more
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Sweet Cherries
KristinSweet Cherry
291 Prunus avium Summer. Large very dark red or purplish-black sweet cherry. Relatively hardy. Requires a second variety for pollination. Z4/5. read more
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RainierSweet Cherry
292 Prunus avium Summer. Classic dessert cherry. Very large fruit, light yellow skin with red blush. Good fresh or canned. One of the hardiest sweet cherries. Requires a second variety for pollination. Z5. read more
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StellaSweet Cherry
293 Midsummer. Hardy good-quality self-fertile sweet cherry with juicy medium-firm black flesh. Self-pollinating, and will pollinate other sweet cherries. Z5. read more
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Peaches
Contender
ContenderPeach
306 Late. Firm melting aromatic yellow freestone peach. Hardy. Resistant to leaf spot. Blooms late. Z4/5. read more
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Garnet BeautyPeach
307 Early. Medium-to-large yellow-fleshed semi-clingstone peach with excellent flavor. Recommended for colder districts. Z4/5. read more
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Polly Peach
Polly PeachPeach
310 Mid. Medium-sized high-quality white-fleshed freestone peach with whitish skin and a reddish blush. Considered the hardiest white-fleshed peach. Z4/5. read more
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Red Haven
Red HavenPeach
311 Early-Mid. Medium-sized round peach with beautiful red and golden-yellow skin and sweet firm yellow flesh. Excellent for eating, freezing, canning, shipping. Z5/6. read more
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Reliance
ReliancePeach
312 Early-Mid. Medium-sized roundish freestone peach with red blush over greenish yellow. Bright yellow flesh, soft and juicy. Considered the hardiest peach. Z4/5. read more
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Plums
Collections
Hybrid Plum Collection
Hybrid Plum CollectionCollection
330 Our choice of seven different trees, including at least two pollinators, one of which will be an American Plum Seedling. Trees individually labeled. read more
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European Plums
Green Gage
Green GageEuropean Plum
334 Mid-Late Summer. Small round semi-freestone yellowish-green plum sometimes mottled with red has tender juicy melting flesh with rich flavor. Often considered the best dessert plum. Z4. read more
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Mount Royal
Mount RoyalEuropean Plum
335 Late Summer. Medium-sized roundish dark purple plum. Often considered the sweetest European plum. Use fresh, dried, frozen, canned, preserves. Z3. read more
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Stanley
StanleyEuropean Plum
337 Late Summer. Medium-to-large oval plum with dark blue skin. Green-yellow sweet flesh. Excellent for cooking, eating, canning and drying. Z4. read more
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Hybrid Plums
Black Ice
Black IceHybrid Plum
317 Midsummer. Large 2" round early-ripening high-quality hardy blue-black dessert plum. Very sweet juicy reddish-purple semi-freestone flesh. Z3. read more
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La Crescent
La CrescentHybrid Plum
321 Late Summer. Roundish tender thin-skinned yellow plum sometimes blushed with a little pink. Tender yellow juicy flesh. Freestone. Z3/4. read more
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Pamela
PamelaHybrid Plum
322 Late Summer. Medium-small high-quality sweet-fleshed totally freestone American plum seedling. Excellent pollinator for hybrids. Z3. ME Grown. read more
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Pembina
PembinaHybrid Plum
323 Midsummer. Dark golden-orange flesh is firm and apricot flavored. One of the first of the hybrids to ripen every summer. Z3/4. read more
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Pipestone
PipestoneHybrid Plum
324 Late Summer. Large deep red plum with a golden blush. Juicy yellow flesh. Clingstone. Z3. read more
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Purple Heart
Purple HeartHybrid Plum
325 Late Summer. Medium-sized plum with red-purple skin and flesh. The most delicious plum we grow. Not as hardy as other hybrids. Z4/5. ME Grown. read more
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South Dakota
South DakotaHybrid Plum
326 Late Summer. Small-to-medium yellow plum with bright red blush. Medium-firm yellow flesh is meaty, juicy, sweet. Excellent fresh-eating. Fully freestone. Z3. ME Grown. read more
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Toka
TokaHybrid Plum
327 Late Summer. Medium-sized rosy-red plum mottled with darker purplish-red and a faint bloom. Sweet, distinctive, meaty and flavorful. Somewhat freestone. Z3. read more
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UnderwoodHybrid Plum
328 Midsummer. Medium-to-large 2" dull red fruit. Firm sweet juicy golden-yellow semi-freestone flesh, very good for eating and cooking. Z3. ME Grown. read more
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Waneta
WanetaHybrid Plum
329 Midsummer. Large, somewhat pointed, reddish-maroon fruit. Sweet tender juicy orange flesh. Delicious. Z3. read more
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Plum Seedlings
American Plum Seedling
American Plum SeedlingPlum Seedling
316 Very decent red, yellow and orange 1" plums, suitable for fresh eating, canning and freezing. May be the best pollinator for hybrid plums. Z3. ME Grown. read more
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Small Trees and Shrubs
Beach Plum
Beach Plum
Beach Plum
517 Prunus maritima 6' x 5-6'. Rounded dense suckering shrub found along ocean beaches. Showy white blooms in spring. Purplish-red edible plums in late summer. Plant more than one for fruit. Z3. ME Grown. read more
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Stone Fruits
Rootstock
<em>Prunus americana</em>
Prunus americanaRootstock
231 Seedling rootstock for American, Japanese or hybrid plums. Also recommended for grafting peaches. Produces very decent 1" fruit without grafting. Z3. read more
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<em>Prunus avium</em> ‘Mazzard’
Prunus avium ‘Mazzard’Rootstock
232 The rootstock for grafting sweet and pie cherries. Z4/5. read more
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<em>Prunus cerasifera</em> ‘Myrobalan’
Prunus cerasifera ‘Myrobalan’Rootstock
233 Seedling rootstock for European plums. Not recommended for American or hybrid plums. Z3. read more
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